(-2, -1) Find sec theta. At first I thouht the answer was just -1/2 because x is cosine so you just flip it over for secant. But my teacher said I was wrong. What is the answer??
Re: Find the sec theta of (-2, -1) It's not -1/2??
Originally Posted by avatartiger2
(-2, -1) Find sec theta. At first I thouht the answer was just -1/2 because x is cosine so you just flip it over for secant. But my teacher said I was wrong. What is the answer??
What is $\displaystyle \theta~?$. You failed to tell us anything about how the angle is formed.
We know that $\displaystyle (-2,-1)\in III$ then what?